Biana Kovic, cellist, composer, filmmaker and educator has been featured in the New York Times, Good Morning Amarica, Chappaqua Public Television, Music for People Newsletter, Wisconsin Cello Society Newsletter, The Riverside Press, The Lubec Light, The Quoddy Tides; Bangor News, Machias Valley News Observer, Special Redio, Coastal Press, The Downeast, Musicafter50.com, and Thirdage.com.
A winner of many awards, Biana has performed at New York City's Carnegie Hall, Weill Recital Hall, Steinway Hall,Cami Hall, Zankel Hall, The Open Center, The Tibetan House and Avery Fisher Hall.
In 2006, Ms. Kovic was invited to do solo cello performance of The National Anthem at the Shea Stadium and has performed consecutively until 2010.
An avid educator, Biana has taught many students to play the cello since 1995. In 2006, Ms. Kovic's interest in teaching has led her to produce and direct 2-times award winning short documentary film "Virtuoso".
In 2010, as part of her graduate degree program, Biana has conducted
a research on identifying musical talent in young students. You can read about the research HERE.
Currently, Biana teaches at the Lucy Moses Music School and maintains her private cello studio in Manhattan. To read Biana's full CV please click HERE.